With the current lockdown in various cities and countries all over the world, hospitality and tourism is one of the industries that was hit the hardest by the pandemic.
This, however, did not stop hotels from reaching out to people and giving them a luxury experience without leaving their own front door.
Here are some of the hotels that give a virtual 5-star experience:
Four Seasons Washington shares their award-winning turndown tips to create a soothing sleep haven right from people’s bedrooms.
Il Salviatino’s executive chef gives 5-minute Italian cooking lessons twice a week. Uses easy-to-locate ingredients.
The Artesian at The Langham London gives cocktail demos hosted by the hotel bar’s staffs themselves.
Playa Hotels & Resorts’ Spa Director shares a tutorial on how to make natural skin scrubs using coffee and coconut oil.
Casa Palopó created a regional Spotify playlist for guests who couldn’t check in but would still like to experience that Guatemalan resort vibe.
Nashville-based Bobby Hotel hosts virtual concerts, featuring local musicians, on their Instagram account.
The Estates at Acqualina in Miami currently hosts virtual book clubs, complete with free downloadable e-books.
Six Senses Spas launched a new series called “At Home with Six Senses”, where they give viewers bedtime breathing rituals and dream analysis talks—all of which are based on the sleep programs offered by Six Senses’ various hotel chains.
Le Barthelemy Hotel & Spa recorded the relaxing sounds of the beach for people to download and listen to.
Hilton Los Cabos Resort & Spa announced the launch #HiltonLosCabosAtHome series this April. They’ll be giving people Mexican recipes, arts and crafts tutorials and projects, and Spanish language lessons on their Instagram account.
MacArthur Place Hotel & Spa streams free vinyasa sessions on the hotel’s Facebook page. It features different levels so that anyone can join in.